Inside Out: Indigenous imprisonment in Australia

Bill’s 2014/2015 half-hour documentary Inside Out was nominated for two Amnesty International media awards (in the ‘TV’ and ‘Indigenous’ categories) as well as ‘outstanding online video’ at the Kennedy Awards. It screened on NITV  in Australia in the prime Sunday evening slot, garnered tens of thousands of views on The Guardian, and was distributed worldwide by Journeyman Pictures. Bill wrote, directed, shot and edited the film.

Steve Tsoukalas (A Migrant’s tale)

What a pleasure to shoot this with Steve, the Sydney Opera House’s longest-serving employee, just weeks before he hung up his cleaning cloth and called it a day after a half a century at the O House.

The man feeding Sydney (BBC)

Bill directed and shot this short film on an inspiring Sydney character, Will Hawes, for the BBC. The film ran on online platforms and on BBC World. Winner of the ‘outstanding online video’ award at the 2016 Kennedy Awards.

The Lake of Scars (Feature, in production)

Bill is shooting/directing a production based around efforts to preserve a remarkable site of Indigenous scarred trees on Yung Balug country, Lake Boort. Expressions of interest (commissions/production members) welcome.

The Lake of Scars – 2018 Teaser from Bill Code on Vimeo.

David Handley: Sculpture by the Sea

Sculpture by the Sea is an annual feast for the eyes on Sydney’s coast. We met up with the founder, David Handley, to hear how it all got started for an Al Jazeera special.

Physie: A truly Australian sport (BBC)

A project pitched to the BBC on this unusual Australian sport – the wildly popular BJP Physical Culture, or Physie, produced alongside Melanie Garrick. Lots of fun to produce something on a lighter topic with different visual opportunities. Watch the story here.

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A night at the trots (ABC)

A co-production with ABC photographer Elize Strydom. Bill wanted to revisit an immersive audio-photo experience similar to this piece he edited with photographer Andrew Quilty in The Guardian. Ran across ABC platforms in April 2016.